Join us at the Pei People booth on June 22 from 8am - noon
for the Mission Viejo DAWG WALK
at Village Green at Norman P. Murray Community Center
(24932 Veterans Way off La Paz Rd in Mission Viejo).
Want to Help?
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Pei People Shar Pei Rescue is in continuous need of the following:
No Cost Way to Help Shar Pei!
You can link your Ralph's Rewards Card to our rescue and we earn cash (from Ralph's, not you) every time you shop!
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Please email us at email@example.com with any questions, volunteering, possible adoption or info about Shar Pei in need of help.
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Another way to donate is by collecting used ink cartridges from your printer, cell phones or larger toner cartridges from business printers.
We participate in a program that pays Pei People for our collection and recycling efforts!
We used to be able to send out envelopes so you could send them in directly, but the recycler stopped that program. If you have cartridges that you'd like to donate (original branded ones, no refilled ones please), please mail them to:
PO Box 1526
Lake Forest, CA 92609-1526
I already have a Shar Pei and I need help...
If you need a reference for a pei-friendly trainer or veterinarian, please email us!
If you are considering giving up your shar pei, please click here for more information.
Also, please see the links below for "Shar Pei Info" to get advice from other shar pei owners and health info.
Modern Dog Magazine
Modern Dog Magazine is nice enough to donate $5 for every subscription ordered on the form below. These make great gifts and a whole year is only $15.
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In Need of Adoption
Holly was recently rescued from a Southern California shelter. She is estimated at 5 years old and is a black horsecoat. She had a hernia that has been fixed and needs to be spayed, microchipped and up to date on vaccines. She is very tentative but affectionate. The vet believes, due to some missing teeth and scaring that she may have been used as a bait dog - she deserves a happy and comfortable life now. Surprisingly she is good with other dogs - even small ones! She is house trained and does love a good nap on the couch.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting Holly, email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are able to help donate towards her care, please click the donate below:
Jack is a lilac male brushcoat shar pei. He was rescued with Hope for Paws rescue and now is a Pei People pei!
Jack is almost 2 years old, is very sweet and just wants love and lots of attention. He came in with a host of (treatable) medical problems and is now a real stunner. He is a happy guy - loves toys and is really good with other dogs! He was showing signs of wanting to protect his person and went to behavioral training. He is making great progress and would love a home with an owner that takes charge and is a "pack leader". We are recommending a home without small children and one that can provide lots of exercise and discipline (he thrives on rules and loves to please and obey).
To inquire about adoption Jack, email: email@example.com
Noelle is a 2-3 year old isabella horsecoat female spayed shar pei. She was found as a stray and is super sweet and nice - loves to give kisses. She is microchipped, up to date on vaccines and ready for adoption. Most of the time, she is good with other dogs and great with people, but she has shown some signs of frustration in the kennel. We'd recommend a family without small children. We'd love to find this girl a nice foster or permanent home!
Mister is a fawn male horsecoat shar pei. He is recently neutered and is 4-5 years old (best guess). He is very sweet and was rescued from a central California shelter. He is a bit alpha and would like a strong owner with rules. He is great on leash - doesn't pull and doesn't care about other dogs.
Nikki is an 8 year old female fawn/apricot horsecoat shar pei. She was taken as part of a hoarding case along with many chiahuahuas (so she is good with big & small dogs). She also appears good with cats!
Nikki spent over 2 months at the shelter as "evidence" and is finally rescued and available for adoption. She is spayed, up to date on vaccines and microchipped. Her eyes look good (her nails need a clip!)
Nikki deserves a wonderful home! Is it yours?